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New port to ColdFire

nrg2snl02
Hello everyone.
I completely rewrote the port of eCos to the ColdFire architecture.
More details and the full source code of the port are in the message
titled "New port to ColdFire", posted November 18, 2005, to the
ecos-patches mailing list.

Regards

Enrico Piria

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FreeBSD TCP/IP stack for eCos

samwun
Hi,

Which version of eCos has FreeBSD ported version of TCP/IP stack? If
not, how to install the ported freebsd tcp/ip stack in the existing eCos
release version?

Thanks
Sam


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Re: FreeBSD TCP/IP stack for eCos

Gary Thomas
On Sat, 2005-11-19 at 19:07 +1100, sam wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Which version of eCos has FreeBSD ported version of TCP/IP stack? If
> not, how to install the ported freebsd tcp/ip stack in the existing eCos
> release version?

Your best choice is always the public CVS tree.  The FreeBSD
stack will be the default network stack (the one chosen by
the standard templates 'all' and 'net')
 
  http://ecos.sourceware.org/anoncvs.html

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